Sec 10.1-Focus - Section 10.1 1. Focus Exercises Simplify...

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Simplifying Radicals page 10.1 – 19 Section 10.1 Focus Exercises 1. Simplify the following square roots, if possible. If a number has no perfect square factor, then write “cannot be simplified.” SHOW ALL WORK! a)  45 b) 50 Perfect Squares (You make the list.) c) 63 d) 48 e)  490 f) 5 12 g) 4 3 18 h) 108 2. Use the Product Rule of Radicals to write each as one radical, if possible. Simplify. √ 2 5 · 2 3 = b) 3 7 · 3 4 = 11 ·  5 = d) 3 10 · 3 = 3. Use the Product Rule of Radicals to write each as one radical. Simplify, if possible. 6 · 3 = b) 15 · 6 =
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Simplifying Radicals page 10.1 – 20 4. Rewrite each product as a radical by first changing the whole number to radical form.
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